Haworth in the West Yorkshire moors. I spent one of the best times of my life here, walking up on the moors with my love. <3

Haworth in West Yorkshire, doesn't look bad in the snow at all! Haworth in the West Yorkshire moors. I spent one of the best times of my life here, walking up on the moors with my love.

This is the track I want to run. I've walked it many many times, but me and my twin have always wanted to run it

just-wanna-travel: Derbyshire Peaks, England, UK (via... (It's a beautiful world)

Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire, England the best place to have a picnic

100 Great British walks – interactive map

The Isle of Skye, Scotland - This beautiful picture was taken on Dunvegan's Two Churches Walk. Its great for a rainy day too. FIND THE WALK AND ITS BROCHURE on our list here http://www.skye.co.uk/regions-north-west-skye.php#results

Path from The Old Man of Storr, isle of Skye, Scotland - ALWAYS been drawn to this place and dont have a clue why.maybe someday i'll get to visit Skye

: : beautiful britain : : Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, UK

Hadrian's Wall in England was a defensive fortification in Roman Britain, begun in AD 122 during the rule of emperor Hadrian. In addition to its military role, gates through the wall served as customs posts

Haworth Moor, this is Top Withens which some say inspired Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights I don't live that far, and I have to say it inspired my own writing! Did a post about it. http://carolegillauthor.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/my-blog-header-is-place-i-know-very-well.html

Top Withens, said to have inspired the Earnshaw's home in Wuthering Heights. One of the best and longest walks I went on while I was in England, simply to see this place.

Snowdonia...Wales. My favourite place to be, so much love for this place, very special to me.

Beautiful natural scene from Snowdonia, Wales with velvety grass and stunning rock features near fresh water shores.

The Hadrian’s Wall Path is a footpath in the north of England. It runs for 84 miles from Wallsend on the east coast of England to Bowness-on-Solway on the west coast. The reason for the wall's construction is disputed. Many believe it was to keep the barbarians and the Romans separate. Others surmise that it was an act of defense before expansion.

The Hadrian’s Wall Path is a footpath in the north of England. It runs for

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